Learn how Rush University Medical Center took an innovative approach to cost reduction and achieved a 21% reduction in the hospital’s shoulder replacement spend, delivering $800,000 in savings in less than one year.
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In this two-part webinar, professors from top supply chain management degree programs share perspectives on the current landscape, trends and future expectations of the global supply chain and its impacts on the health care supply chain.
Read a sponsored blog from Owens & Minor to learn how strategic partnerships can help hospitals lower costs, improve supply chain resilience, and improve operational efficiency.
Using leading practices to help forecast supply chain demand.
Consider the historical path of the Unique Device Identifier (UDI) currently hovering at its real-time usage and the resulting in cost savings and patient safety improvements. Dick Perrin of AHRMM’s Learning UDI Community (LUC) discusses the atomization and use of the same UDI across the continuum allowing for quick identification of recalled products and the patients they may have affected, as well as the potential update of the device or modification of care instructions. Speaker: Dick Perrin, CEO, Active Innovations
Listen as Dennis Orthman of Access Strategy Partners explains how innovation is hindered by the barriers of competition and how to actively seek it. This webcast is also available as a podcast.
Listen as Dennis Orthman of Access Strategy Partners explains how innovation is hindered by the barriers of competition and how to actively seek it. This podcast is also available as a webcast.
Listen as Vicky Lyle, Vice President, Industry Association, Owens & Minor, discusses reducing recall communication difficulties through UDI use and standards development. This podcast is also available as a webcast.
Improve clinical and financial outcomes for hip fracture care using a standardized, collaborative service line approach.
Decision making by studying where our data is coming from and the outcome of its source. Speaker: Catherine Williams, Director of Supply Chain, Baptist Memorial Healthcare Takeaways: Constantly be educating yourself on your supply chain, learning about the data and its source Consider better ways to bring in products in logistically Always having a growing relationship with clinicians.
Consider how direct sourcing can enable access to PPE and the leading practices of building supply chain diversity and resiliency for the future in this Banner Health case study.
Healthcare expenses continue to rise and yet hospitals are realizing consistently shrinking margins. Healthcare supply costs are typically the second largest expense to a hospital and must be managed in a manner that ensures providers have access to quality products but also with an emphasis on cost awareness and expense reduction strategies. Healthcare supply chains must leverage their data in order to make better business decisions to reduce costs and increase operational efficiencies through the use of business analytics.
AHRMM's Policies and Procedures Manual for the Health Care Supply Chain, 2nd Edition contains over 160 new and revised health care supply chain policies and procedures to reflect current leading practices needed to run a successful supply chain department in any health care organization.
Capital Equipment, Central Sterile, Clinical Integration, Clinical Resource Management (CRM), Cost Management, COVID-19: Caring for Patients and Communities, COVID-19: CDC, FDA and CMS Guidance, COVID-19: Organizational Preparedness and Capacity Planning, COVID-19: Supplies and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), COVID-19: Vaccines and Therapeutics, Data, Disaster/Outbreak Preparedness, Distribution, Finance & Budgeting, Group Purchasing Organizations (GPOs), Inventory Management, Logistics, Pharmacy, Physician Preference Items (PPI), Planning, Design, and Construction, Procurement, Products and Services Contracting, Purchased Services, Shipping and Receiving, Suppliers, Support Services, Sustainability, Technology